China police chief accused of having 192 houses

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

    Apr 17, 2009
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    China police chief accused of having 192 houses

    A Chinese police chief is alleged to have had at least 192 houses and a fake identity card, state media said, the latest in a number of similar cases that have sparked outrage online.

    Zhao Haibin, a senior police official in Lufeng in the southern province of Guangdong, was reported by a businessman to have accumulated the properties under his name and his company's, the Guangzhou Daily said.

    The businessman, Huang Kunyi -- who was involved in a dispute with the officer -- also said Zhao used a fake identity card to record a different name on company documents, the newspaper reported.

    Authorities cancelled the false card after Huang's report in 2011, it added.

    An official of the Communist Party's discipline department for Lufeng told AFP Tuesday that Zhao -- who is also the vice party secretary of a local county -- had been investigated but the inquiry was over and he retained his public offices.

    According to the newspaper, Zhao said the properties were owned by his younger brother, a businessman, and that he was only "managing" them for him.

    A separate report said Zhao or the company had 192 properties in the city of Huizhou, also in Guangdong, and others in the cities of Shenzhen and Zhuhai.

    The case is the latest of a series of reports involving officials owning multiple houses with different identity cards and residence permits.

    Gong Aiai, a vice president of a bank in the northern province of Shaanxi and a delegate to the local legislature, was reported last month to hold more than 20 houses worth nearly one billion yuan ($160 million), using four different residence permits and three identity cards.

    She was detained by police Monday on suspicion of "forging official documents and stamps", the state-run Xinhua news agency reported.

    The cases have sparked mounting criticism in Chinese social media over rampant graft and high home prices that are running out of reach of the average citizen.

    "(I) finally realised that in China, properties are forever in the hands of a tiny number of people," said a user of China's Twitter-like Sina Weibo.

    China police chief accused of having 192 houses - xinmsn News


    Real cool!

    192 houses!

    Even if he smashed to smithereens the bone would not add to 192 to be housed in the homes he owns?

    Just shows how daft the Chinese are to acquire money, mostly illegally, and then flaunt the wealth.

    They have lost spiritualism and humanism.

    They are merely robots wanting money and creature comfort and like the nouveau riche trying to keep up and better the Jones!

    What foolish and delusional people who do this!

    The bring shame to the good Chinese people!
  3. satish007

    satish007 Senior Member Senior Member

    May 7, 2011
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    No big deal,china has many problems but owing lots of houses welcome,owner keep the houses and money in CCPs hand and GDP also looks better and Chinese former able use high GDP mock India in every thread

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